[Moims-dai] FW: UNESCO PERSIST Selection Guidelines

Bruce Ambacher bambacher at verizon.net
Wed Sep 26 21:30:34 UTC 2018

I agree with Mark regarding the library perspective but stand by the fact that only records management standards are cited.  None of our work, dating back to 1995, is mentioned. We clearly need to do more missionary work.

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From: Mark Conrad <mark.conrad at nara.gov>
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Subject: Re: [Moims-dai] FW: UNESCO PERSIST Selection Guidelines

Bruce et al,
I agree that this document contains a great deal of outdated information. I don't agree that it is written mainly from a records management point of view. I believe it is written primarily from a library point of view. The library profession continues to "(re)discover" principles and practices from the archival profession and give them new names. If they didn't invent it, it doesn't exist.  Thus appraisal becomes selection.
My two cents,
Mark Conrad
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On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 2:28 PM Bruce Ambacher <bambacher at verizon.net> wrote:

Mike, all,My quick observations are not to endorse or disparage this report.
The committee that drafted the report does not contain anyone from the USA, UK, or virtually any CCSDS country.
The focus arises from a records management perspective as seen in the bibliography which only references ISO records management standards - NO mention of ISO 16363, OAIS, or ISO 16919.
Since it is records management oriented it stresses non-traditional record types (web, email, social media) and offers rather simplistic views of traditional repositories (archives, libraries, museums).  It is an adequate starting place but the digital preservation community actually is far beyond these principles.
The failure to deal with the issues various CCSDS committees are addressing or to discuss obtaining outside confirmation of best practices leaves  us an opportunity to take their concepts much further and to draw any such concerned programs and personnel to our efforts.

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From: Mike Kearney <kearneysolutions at gmail.com>
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Sent: Tue, Sep 25, 2018 7:35 pm
Subject: [Moims-dai] FW: UNESCO PERSIST Selection Guidelines

FYI, of possible interest to the community.       -=- Mike  Mike KearneyHuntsville, Alabama, USA  From: Tanja Clausen [mailto:tanja.clausen at ifla.org] 
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2018 9:30 AM
Subject: UNESCO PERSIST Selection Guidelines  Dear all,  Thank you for attending the Joint PAC and Preservation & Conservation Business meeting during WLIC 2018.   As promised, on behalf of Ingrid Parent, I am sending you the link to the UNESCO PERSIST Guidelines for the selection of digital heritage for long-term preservation. I apologize for the delay. If you have any questions regarding this or want to get involved please let me know.  You can find the Guidelines here: https://unescopersist.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/persist-content-guidelines_en.pdfYou can find the Guidelines available in the seven languages here: https://unescopersist.org/publications/  Thank you.  Best,  
|  | Tanja ClausenIFLA Policy and Research Officertanja.clausen at ifla.org+31(0)70314076Skype: tanja.iflaTwitter: @tanjapanaditwww.ifla.org |

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